Brad Mehldau Trio ‎– Where Do You Start

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532029-2 Brad Mehldau Trio Where Do You Start(CD, Album) Nonesuch 532029-2 US 2012 Sell This Version
7559-79610 5, 7559796105 Brad Mehldau Trio Where Do You Start(CD, Album) Nonesuch, Nonesuch 7559-79610 5, 7559796105 Europe 2012 Sell This Version
WPCR-14714 Brad Mehldau Trio Where Do You Start(CD, Album) Nonesuch WPCR-14714 Japan 2012 Sell This Version
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none Brad Mehldau Trio Where Do You Start(CD, Album, Promo) EastWest none 2012 Sell This Version

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TommyVF

TommyVF

July 5, 2018
referencing Where Do You Start, CD, Album, 7559-79610 5, 7559796105

Brad Mehldau and his usual companions deliver the goods once again with some really high quality performances. Soothing, challenging and interesting interpretations of more or less known compositions makes this session (recorded in the same studio and period as “Ode”, this album’s self-composed counterpart) worth listening to if you’re into the harmonic potential of the piano. The only thing stopping me from thinking this deserves 5/5 stars is the fact that it’s not super experimental, new, diverse or groundbreaking. Oftentimes the band goes into exciting territory, though, and their dynamic and skillful playing is pretty much as sweet as it can be. Beautiful, touching and enjoyable. At times giving you a profound sense of timeless beauty <3 Thanks!
Bell_03

Bell_03

November 24, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Where Do You Start, CD, Album, 7559-79610 5, 7559796105
I must confess that I'm not an avid fan of this or that "best", nevertheless this year's best track probably is Brad Mehldau Trio's "Holland". That track alone is worth getting this excellent album. Alongside "Jam" (the bass is insanely good) and the cover of J.H's "Hey Joe", that brings back vivid childhood audio memories. And no, although "Holland" is outstanding, the best track on this album is "Jam", because at the end of the day, you simply can't beat a trio playing jazz like this...